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An integrated mastitis control programme for Slovakian farms was based on both the individual and the herd health concept. Somatic cell count was determined for bulk milk and for individual udder quarters, and pathogens were diagnosed. Individual cows were examined within 10 days of calving, then...

Author(s)
Burdová, O.
Publisher
Komora Veterinarnych Lekarov SR, Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Informačný Spracodajca, 2004, 13, 10, pp 5-8
Abstract

The resistance of some 3800 strains of mastitis bacteria, isolated from milk of mastitic cows, to 7 different antibiotics was studied. Major findings were: 99.2% of Streptococcus agalactiae strains were resistant to neomycin and 96.8% to streptomycin; in other streptococci the resistance was also...

Author(s)
Popelka, P.; Sabo, J.; Vilimek, L.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1979, 29, 7, pp 295-296
Abstract

Of the 4420 Strep. agalactiae and 1056 Staph. aureus strains isolated from cows with mastitis and examined for sensitivity to eight antibiotics, 100% and 99%, respectively, were sensitive to ampicillin, 99% and 98% to erythromycin, 99% and 95% to oxytetracycline, 93% and 93% to bacitracin, 91% and...

Author(s)
Havelka, B.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 1975, 20, 8, pp 455-461
Abstract

20 cows, of which 5 were infected with Streptococcus agalactiae, 14 with Staphylococcus pyogenes and 1 with both organisms, were treated by intramammary infusion with 10 g Taristop ointment (French preparation)/quarter. Cure was effected in all 5 cows suffering from streptococcal mastitis and in 9...

Author(s)
Choma, J.; Rajtar, V.; Smid, V.; Holly, L.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1974, 24, 9, pp 399-400
Abstract

Author(s)
Havelka, B.
Citation
Veterinarsky Casopis, 1974, 16, No.2, pp 55-60
Abstract

The California Mastitis Test (CMT), Duba test, NK-test (a Chechoslovakian modification of the California test) and bromthymol papers were used on 304 quarters of 76 milking cows. The Whiteside test, CMT, NK-test and bromthymol papers were tested on 1, 044 quarters of 261 milking cows. The cows had...

Author(s)
Gamsik, P.; Nemes, D.
Publisher
Praha,
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1966, 11, pp 353-360
Abstract

A bacteriological survey performed in 261 cows from 5 herds revealed the presence of Streptococcus agalactiae in 15.2%, Staphylococcus aureus in 13.3%, Escherichia coli in 3%, Pseudomonas aeruginosa in 2.8%, Str. dysgalactiae in 2.5% and Str. uberis in 0.8% of animals. Unidentified non-specific...

Author(s)
Nemeš, D.; GamcíK, P.
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 1966, 10, 2, pp 215-223 pp.

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